By Nick Rizzo
November 23, 2011

Izzy Kaminska cleverly argues that Swiss bonds are now Giffen goods — FT Alphaville

“France isn’t trading like a AAA” — Bloomberg

Latvia and other European periphery countries are looking like coal mine canaries — FT

A European bank flaps it wings, a loan is denied in Australia — WSJ

Predicting the depressing future of economic policy decisions — Credit Writedowns

8 reasons extending unemployment benefits will boost the economy — Rortybomb

How “long-term unemployed” became synonymous with “unwanted” — National Journal

Problem with thinly traded companies: “eventually they’re no longer thinly traded” — Dealbook

And Errol Morris has a great little documentary about the “umbrella man” and JFK’s death — NYT

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